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The book is on the old style as it talks about the days and the region that lacks the basic facilities that we are used to in the modern era. Trends that are followed not only make it a story of the past but it also makes it pure talking about the life in the village as it was in those days and in those regions. The regions that the author talks about are still cut off from the real world but the conditions have improved to some extent.
Elizabeth a school teacher right from the beginning and this is one profession that she likes more than anything. She belongs to the East but she started her profession in the West and no she is quite in habit of living among her many students. One room school was an ample place for her to inculcate in the minds of the native children the basic education that they would need in the years to come.
With her commitment to her job she has another commitment to deal with i.e a commitment made with Wynn about their marriage. She love Wynn and his love is also unquestionable but again they belong to two different parts of the world and it is culture and the way of living that comes between them.
After marriage they are going to settle in the North which would be a new experience in the terrible winter and Elizabeth has fears that perhaps the experiment might not work at all. Janette Oke’s first book of the series was a big hit and this one is also raw a gift for those in particular who have seen such circumstances.
Nancy Peterson clarifies the picture much better through the narration, and she does not try to change her voice according to the regions and thus becomes more understandable.
Whoever likes this piece of art must go through When Calls the Heart and Unyielding Hope, the pattern of the stories that Janette creates are not always the same but they are mind gripping and are less fictional and more real in approach.